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WHENEVER YOU NEED
A GENERAL TONIC - TAKE GROVE'S
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally
Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver,
Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up
the Whole System, For Grown People and Children,
You know what you are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
as the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well known
tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter
tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever,
Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing
Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging.
Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and
purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthener.
No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. SOc.
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Industry earns, econmy manages, prudence plans,
frugality saves; but THRIFT earns, plans, manages
and saves. Be thrifty-be happy.
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Paroled by Blease on, Thanksgiving,
McKinley Gets One Year and 80
lays for House Breaking.
Spartanburg, Jan. 9.-William Mc
K(inley, alias "Dayton Scotty," alias
John Kenney, the note(d cracksman
and former leader of the Nolan-Me
Kinley gang which operated in this
state in 1902-03, was yesterday con
victed of housebreaking by a jury in
the Spartanburg Criminal court and
sentenced to one year and 30 days by
Julge Prince. McKinley pleaded his
own ca.se. lie was indicted for burg
lary and larceny, but when the evi
dence was in, the charge was changed
to housebreaking by the orders of the
Robbery December 10.
McKinley was accused of breaking
into the store of Renard Frey on the
night of Decenber 10 and attempting
to 'blow open the safe with nitroglyce
rine. lie was arrested the next night
by Robert Miller, railway detective,
and Itural Policeman Vernon while
lie was loitering near the coal chute
at Sp~artanburg Junction. I-e was
given a preliminary hearing before
.\agistrate (antt and bound over to l
At the trial yesterday a mass of
evidence was Introduced. The most
inuportant of the exhibits was a but
ton to which was attached a tuft. of
cloth. This button was found in a
'blacksmith shop near Frey's store,
which had been entered on the night
of December 10. From the shop had
been stolen a hammer, chisel and a
file. Two of these implements were
found within Frey's store on the
morning after the robbery and the
other on the outside. The button was
identical with those on the trousers
worn by McKinley when lie has ex
aiined in the jail and the tuft of
cloth was the same in color and tex
ture as the material of which the
I rousers were made.
ilnomiore Wright, who served with
i!eKinIcy in the state penitentiary,
ietifIiled the man as the noted yegg
mnil. lie telstilled that he had been
given a new undershirt by McKinley.
This shirt was identified by Renard
P rey as one stolen from his store on
the night of )eeniber 10. A bag,
found near the fire where McKinley
was arrested, Was int rohiced. This
contained several undershirts, a coat,
and other wearing apparel, a syringe
and a siillill vial, which was supposed
to have contained nitroglycerine. The
articles of clothing were identified by
Mir. Frey as being stolen. from his
store on the night of the robbery.
William McKinley, alias "'Dayton
Scotty," alias .lohn Kenny, was one
of the leaders of the notorious No
lan-Mc Kinley gang of yeggiien who
operated in this state in 1902-03. lie
was convicted along with 10dward
I)iiggan, alias "i.os Angeles Star'," in
the court of general session at Aiken
on .li1ne I I, 1907, and sentenced to
ten years and( 0one (lay inl tile state
1)pen(ientiar ty, 02n thi0ellhartge of havinlg
bilowna open1 a sa2fe ini the store of
.1. '1'. Shuler, at Alontmorencei, Alken
coun Ity, I )ecembher 16, 1 902. WVill1iam1
MceKinley was granitedl a parole onl
November 27 by Gbovernor Itlease.
Served Federal ITIerma.
In connlectioni wi the0 A Iken rolg
her' y, Mcei inleIy was. Uarrested( in Co)
luiiiila, a.J n a ry ti, I1903, by Ollicers
Thackamnd D111howie, of that city3, at
a reCstauranUt oni (Gervaiis street. lie
was (lien trnild in the federmaI ('Oulrts
for1 many13 safehlowinlgs and1( robl
bormies of post oflices ini 1901 andi 1902,
amt1ong I wh(eh wvere t hose in the post
otillees in ('entral, Alayesvillle, 11 lacks
burig, Waterboro( lioweaville, Mfont
m ioreneii and1( latesbu rg. ie was
senltence to tlve years Inl the federal
prisoni at Atlanta(i al aifter3 servin11g
hiis term, was released oii February
20, 1907, later being locked in thle
Alkein county1 jail.
Si(Cl, SOI'1 ''It ST031iI,
INDJIGENT'0N 0il OAS
Ta'mke ." Pa pe's Diapepsin" and In five
am intes you'll wonider whalit became
of'l misery in stemneh' I.
Wonider whatii upI set y'our sltomachi
wvhih 1(2iortion of tile food dhi( the datm
age- -do y'ou? Well, dlon't hothier. Tf
your stomach'i is ini a revolt: if sour .
gassy and(1 upse't, an liiwhait you2 juis
ate0 has fermleted0( inito stilbbiorni
gases and1( neids Uand( erucietate und(1igest
oil food; tbreathi foul, tonmgu~e 00oated
just take a little P'ape1's ,Diafpepsinl and
inI f1y0 minu1(tes you wvonidelr what be
caime of thie indigestIon and dlistress.
Millions of men~l ani wvomen todlay
knhow thalt it Is nelql ess to have a 1bad(
stomachel. A lit tie Diaieuslin occasion
ailly keeps4 this (1e1 ente or'ganl regui
latedl and~ they eat thleir' favorIte foods
If your' stomach doesn't take care
of y'our liberal' lmft withIout r'blOlion;
if your food is a dlamaige inlstead of a
h10l1, remember tihe (Iuickeat, surest,
most hiarmless r'elief is P'ape's Dhipop
sini whleh costs only fifty cents for
a large case at dr'ug stores. It's tr'uly
wonderful-it dIgests food and sets
tings str'alght, 50 genitly and1( easIly
that it )s r'ealy astonishing. Please,
for your sake, don't go on andl on with
a weak, disordered stomlach; it's so
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* NEWS FROM JONES. *
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Jones, Jan. 12.-Air. and Mrs. James
lorrison visited relatives in Belton
;Mr. Walter M1. Jones purchased
quite i handsome mule from S. O.
IHarvey of Greenwood, last Wednesday.
Misses Daisy and Annie Hughes,
two charming young ladies of Hughes
ville, were the guests of Mrs. TMarle M.
Mrs. Oscar Dodson and children of
Anderson, visited relatives and friends
Mrs. G. W. Jenkins and sons, Walter
and William Janes returned to Colum
bia Saturday after spending the boll
days with Dr. and Mrs. W. T. .lones.
')r. W. Townes Jones was in Green
Mr. Asbury Davis of Mt. Gallagher,
was in our midst last week.
)r. W. T. Jones has resumed his
work in the Legislature.
Mrs. 1. 1'. Martin and 'aster Wil
liam have returned to Strother, after
spending several weeks with Dr. and
Mrs. W. T. Jones.
Airs. G. I,. Graham was the guest
of Mirs. W. If. 1lughes Snfurday.
Rev. R. L. Morris filled his appoint
ment here Sunday evening. Mr. Alor
ris' friends are always glad to have
the privilege of hearing his able ser
'Mr. Mac Mitchell of 'At. Gallagher
honored us with a pleasant call last
Misses .ennie and Sara ,Martin have
returned to Lander college.
Mr'. .1. Beacham, quite a prominent
merchant of Rileys, was in Greenwood
Mr. C:. L. Graham visited his broth
er Mr. .ames Graham at Ilodges re
Mirs. Casper Mabry is on a visit to
her son, .1. C. labry at Rileys.
('hronic Constipation ('tired.
"Five years ago I had the worst case
of chronic constipation I ever knew of,
and 'ham 'berllain's Tablets eured me,"
writes S. 1P. Fish, llrooklyn, Mich. For
sale by all dealers.
Ilamlin Ileattle Dead.
Greenville-, Jan. 8.-iliamlin Beat
tie, age 78, president of the lFirst Na
tional bank .f Greenville, and one of
the pioneer bankers of the Piedmont
country, died today at his home on
North street, after several months of
Mr. Beattie was a nativ: of Green
ville, born May 6, 1835. Ile was grad
uated at South Carolina college and
later at Princeton, in 1856. He studied
law under Governor 1. F. Perry and
practiced for a short while, quitting
that profession to organize the First
National bank, in 1872. le is surviv
ed by a widow and one son, W. N'. Beat
MOT lli! IF CH1ILD,'S
TONGUE IS ('OATEI)
If c'ross, feierishi, conistipated, bilious,
stoimacha sour, give ' alIforia Nyrup
A laxative today saves a sIck child
tomorirow. Chi11ien aimply13 ill not
take the time' from ilay to empty their
bowels, wvhich become clogged up with'
waste', llver' gets sluggish; stomach
Look at thle tongue, motheri'! If coat
ed, or your chilid Is list less, cr'oss, fey
oi'ish, breath had, restless, dloesn't eat
hieari'lly, full1 of ('01( oi' has ,sore thr ioat
oi' any3 oilier chilren's ailments. give
a teasjiooniful of ''(aliforniia Syrup (if
I igs," then don't woi'iy, because It is
pei'fe('tly hiarmulss, and in a few hour's
all thlil coii allujtjoni pilson, souri bi le
and fei'mientinig waste illI getly3 'amove
(tit of the htowelsa, anad y3ouiI have a well
playi3ful chIld agaIn. A thorough "'in
sidl'el cansinag'' is oftlimes all that Is
necessary. It should lie the first
Itreatimeint gi ven In any sick ness.
Ileware of counterfteIt fig syrups~i. Ask
your driuigglst for a r5o-cent bottle of
''Callfoi'nia Syr'up of Figs," whieh hsas
full dIrect ions for' hables, chlildi'ein of
all ages and for grown-ups plaInly
Iprintedl on the bottle. Look car'efully
and see that it is made by the~ "Cali
fornIa FIg Syr'up Company." D~on't be
State of South Cairolina,
County of Lituirens.
Ina Coui't of Common Pleas
flank of Laurens, P'laintiff,
(1. W. Long and Dlank of Water'loo, D~e
Pursuant to a dleci'ee of court in
thle above stated case, I will sell at
pli c outeory to thle hiIghest biidder',
ait Liauri'ns C. I i., S. C.. Oin Saleaday in
iFebruary next, beIng Monday the 2nd
dlay oif the monthI, du rIng the legal
lhouris foi' such sitlea, the following dIe
scribed proper'ty,, to wit:
All that three pariCels or parts of
land lyIng, being in Waterloo Town
shIp, Lauriens Count-y, and State afor'e
said containing one huindriedl acres
more of less and known as the Jan.
Allen Nichols place boundled on the
north by lands ofif,. II. Anderson, east
by lands of D~oll fe Madden, south by
Iand1s of A. 'Nichols and W. C. Whar
tn, and wvest by lands of P. Ii. Ander
Terms of Sole: Cash. Purchaseor to
'pay for papers. If the terms of sale
are tnot comiplied ith, the land to lie
resoldI on samte or' some subsequment
Halesday on same terms, at risk of
C. A. POWIfR,
C. C. C. P. anid G 5., Lanurenti, S. C.
Dated,1 thuis nana 9, in91_.-5
rickly Ash Poke hoot: and Potassium)
Prompt Powerful Permanent
I)~~ q"''3ucal wen otr mcio otyued
Its beneficial of. Stubborn cases Good results are
fects are usually yield to P. P. P. lasting-it curcs
icl es are useless t ire
P. P. P.
Makes rich, red, pure blood-cleanses the entire
system -clears the brain -strengthens digestion and nerves.
A positive speeific for Blood Poison and skin diseases.
Drives out Rheumatism and Stops the Pain; ends Malaria;
is a wonderful tonic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it.
F. V. LIPPMAN CO.* ,At SAVANNAH, GA.
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0 Laurens, S. C. 0
SPECIALTY IN WHICH WE EXCEL
Is the Dyeing of Slippers and Hose in
colors to Harmonize with Gowns or
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We have special facilities also for
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SReal Estate Laurens, S.C.
City and Surburban Property and Farm Land.
One new seven r'oomI eottage near Watts Mill.
One four rooml house with four lots included, near Watts
Mill for twelve hundred and fifty dollars for quick sale. House
* and lot cost more than price asked. Reason for selling, party
Sowning mnoved to lower part of the state.
3 1-4 acres on F'arley Avenue.
2 acres on Farley Avenue, a bargain in both of these lots.
Good building sights.
One grist and flour mill run by eletric power.
One two story house, well constructed of best material on
One small store room and good size lot on corner Fleming
S and1 Mills st reels for $600.00 cash.
One two .story brick bu~ilding on East Main street with fine
shado trees. Ini goodl neighiborhood. This place can be bought
for' $3,000.00. The bu ildings on this lot worth the money.
I ave a mniinher of houses and lots for colored people in
Jersey and ot her' parlits of towni.
10 acres farm land with necessary buildings in two miles
of' Princeton at $20.00) an acre.
100 acres f'our miles south of Lau rens near New Prospect
school. This is a goodi farm. Price $2500.00.
343 acres near Clinton. Tlhis is a fine proposition for mnak
ing sonic money.
50 acres fine farming land just outside city limnita at $65
65 acres neair Harksdale Station.
110 acres in two miles of' Ora for $2500.00. Lands adjoining
*el o forty and~ fifty dollars per aet~e.
S One acre aind 6-room house on East Main St., near Miln
eral Spring at $3>000
One 8-room house on Laurens St., at $2,500
Have other property not lie or le. Aisk, abou. ta.